As the most expensive here, the difference is that this is a professional grade studio microphone.
This is going to be simple overkill for most gamers but if you’re determined to have pro grade sound then this is a great upgrade from standard desk mics.
It has HD sound and 4 patterns including bi-directional, omni directional, cardioid, and stereo.
There’s quick controls to adjust the gain and a headphone volume. There’s also a built in amplifier and it’s plug and play for easy use.
It’s also got a high pass frequency filter to filter noise below 100hz for clearer sound. It uses a standard aluminum base with a built in shock mount and is versatile.
It’s a three capsule design and also requires a 48v power supple like the Floureon but it can work on USB alone.
- 4 Patterns
- 120dB max
- High-pass filter
- Shock Mount
This offers superior clarity to anything else here and is truly in a different, professional league. The sound is amazing and clear especially with the added power pack.
The high pass filter is ideal for getting rid of ambient noise like pc fans and with the pop filter it is abrilliant combination.
The quality is solid and durable with and aluminum body and convenient adjustment buttons.
It’s rather expensive in comparison to most others, and it’s not quite professional professional level sound, despite the price.
The cables are weak and usually need replacing and often cause white noise interference because of their poor quality. It’s quite tall which can also get in the way of your screen while using it.
While it’s obvious that the Razer
offers an entirely different quality experience it’s likely to be overkill for most gamers. The Yeti and Snowball are by far the most popular options and come at a more reasonable price.
Overall, if you’re looking for the best microphone for gaming there’s no need to spend hundreds at a professional level but upgrading from the Zalman
to something a little more suited is probably a good idea.